|Montana OIS feasibility study : final report (Volume 1981) - Program Resources, Inc|
Keywords: Occupations; Occupational surveys; Occupations
|Artists in the workforce : 1990-2005 : executive summary - Gaquin, Deirdre|
Title from cover
Keywords: Artists; Arts; Occupational surveys
|Montana supply/demand executive summary (Volume 1990) - Montana State Occupational Information Coordinating Committee|
Keywords: Stephens, Stan; Occupational surveys; Occupations; Occupations
|Montana occupational employment statistics : industry staffing patterns for the construction and mining industry : 3rd quarter 1978 (Volume 1980) - Montana. Employment Security Division. Research and Analysis Section|
"Issued February, 1980."
Keywords: Construction industry; Mineral industries; Employees; Occupational surveys
|ERIC ED373992: Characteristics of Doctoral Scientists and Engineers in the United States: 1991. Surveys of Science Resource Series. - ERIC|
This report presents data on the demographic and employment characteristics of doctoral scientists and engineers in the United States. This 1991 survey is different from prior surveys in this series in that it represents an interest to accommodate an age-based cohort policy in retirement patterns and to make the sample frame compatible with other National Science Foundation surveys of science and engineering personnel...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Doctoral Degrees; Engineers; Higher Education; Occupational Surveys; Science Education; Scientists
|Occupation = Profession. - Statistics Canada = Statistique Canada.|
Census Year 1986
Keywords: Occupations; Professions; Labour supply; Occupational surveys; Census 1986; Professions; Professions libérales; Marché du travail; Occupations enquêtes; Recensement 1986
|ERIC ED387827: Preparing Students To Work on Newspaper Copy Desks: Are Educators Meeting Editors' Expectations? - ERIC|
A study surveyed two groups in the fall of 1994, journalism educators and newspaper editors. Educators completed a survey regarding the course content and skill areas emphasized in beginning level copy editing courses, while editors were asked to respond to questions regarding the skills they expect entry-level copy editors to have. Respondents included 164 newspaper editors and 160 educators. As expected, editors and educators appeared to agree that working with words is the most important skil...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Editing; Higher Education; Job Skills; Journalism Education; Language Usage; Mass Media; Newspapers; Occupational Surveys; Questionnaires; Writing Instruction
|ERIC ED386229: Survey of Small Business Training Needs. - ERIC|
In September 1994, the San Diego Community College District conducted a survey of the training needs of small businesses in the District's service area, defining small businesses as those with fewer than 100 employees. Surveys were mailed to 3,622 local companies in industries determined to have smaller businesses, while completed surveys were received from 761 companies for a response rate of 21%...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Community Colleges; Employer Attitudes; Job Training; Needs Assessment; Occupational Surveys; School Business Relationship; Small Businesses; Two Year Colleges
|ERIC ED385856: The Write Stuff: Employment and Earnings of Authors, 1970 to 1990. - ERIC|
A study surveyed and synthesized available information about the employment and earnings of authors over the 1970-1990 period. Data came from United States and other government censuses, a variety of surveys of authors, and from records of writers' unions and professional organizations. Results indicated that: (1) the author occupation is growing rapidly; (2) authors are concentrated in states along the Atlantic and Pacific coasts; (3) members of the author profession are well educated; (4) auth...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Authors; Employment Patterns; Higher Education; Occupational Surveys; Salary Wage Differentials; Sex Differences; Wages; Writing Research
|ERIC ED378421: Employment Outlook Survey. 2nd Quarter 1995. - ERIC|
The trend toward continued job growth will gain strength in the second quarter of 1995, according to a survey of more than 15,000 U.S. businesses. Hiring increases were predicted by 30 percent of the firms, whereas 7 percent expect their work force to decrease. The net hiring strength of 23 is the highest level seen since the third quarter of 1989 and compares to a net hiring strength of 20 in the survey a year ago...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Employment Opportunities; Employment Patterns; Employment Projections; Employment Statistics; Futures (of Society); Labor Needs; Occupational Surveys
|ERIC ED376858: The Job Market for Business Librarians: 1983-1992. - ERIC|
This paper analyzes a total of 235 job advertisements for business librarians from 1983 through 1992 listed in "Library Journal,""American Libraries,""C & RL News,""SpeciaList," and the Eastern edition of "The Wall Street Journal." Each advertisement was examined for level of job; type of employing institution; geographic location; minimum salary; Master of Library Science (MLS) requirement; degrees other than MLS; years of experience; and types of experience or skills...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Degree Requirements; Employment Opportunities; Employment Patterns; Employment Qualifications; Employment Statistics; Labor Market; Librarians; Library Personnel; Occupational Surveys
|Industry = Industrie. - Statistics Canada = Statistique Canada.|
Census Year 1986
Keywords: Occupations; Industries; Labour supply; Occupational surveys; Census 1986; Professions; Industrie; Marché du travail; Occupations enquêtes; Recensement 1986
|ERIC ED361702: The American Journalist in the 1990s. - ERIC|
Following up on similar studies done in 1971 and 1982-83, a study surveyed American journalists in 1992 to develop a statistical profile of the "typical" journalist and to see how today's journalists compare with those of 10 or 20 years ago. Telephone interviews were conducted during the summer of 1992 with 1410 journalists. Subjects in the main probability sample of 1156 were chosen randomly from news organizations also selected randomly; response rate was 81%...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Comparative Analysis; Higher Education; Journalism; Journalism Education; National Surveys; News Media; Occupational Surveys; Organizational Change; Profiles; Work Attitudes
|ERIC ED371815: Florida Employer Opinion Survey. Annual Report, June 1992. - ERIC|
Each year the Florida Education and Training Placement Information Program (FETPIP) conducts surveys to determine the opinions of employers about the preparation of graduates of vocational programs. The 1992 survey focused on eight specific occupational training areas (i.e., child care services, computer programming and analysis, dental assisting, electronics, engineering, firefighting, food preparation and services, and hospitality management) and on selected programs from Chipola Junior Colleg...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Basic Skills; Community Colleges; Employer Attitudes; Job Skills; Job Training; Occupational Surveys; Outcomes of Education; Questionnaires; State Surveys; Two Year Colleges; Vocational Education; Vocational Followup
|ERIC ED372688: Employer Satisfaction: Quality in Higher Education Project. - ERIC|
This report presents selected interim results from a study designed to assess the quality of higher education through a survey of employer satisfaction with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of the university graduates they employ. A 62-item survey questionnaire was developed and sent to employers in the West Midlands region of England. The survey found that the main areas of satisfaction with graduates were their willingness to learn, their co-operation, motivation, commitment, drive and ene...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Administrator Attitudes; College Graduates; Employee Attitudes; Employer Attitudes; Employers; Foreign Countries; Higher Education; Job Performance; Job Skills; Occupational Surveys; Work Attitudes
|ERIC ED373842: A Critical Analysis of Community College Journalism Programs. - ERIC|
Community college journalism programs have a long-standing tradition of being transfer programs, which, in contrast to career programs, often take longer, are more expensive, and offer no guarantee of a job after graduation. If community colleges offered intensive 2-year technical journalism programs that mixed basic skills such a composition, algebra, speech, and computers with a wide variety of journalism courses, more students could finish the program faster and be qualified for professional ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Advertising; Community Colleges; Educational Demand; Employer Attitudes; Higher Education; Journalism Education; Mass Media; Newspapers; Occupational Surveys; Public Relations; Radio; Technical Education; Transfer Programs; Two Year Colleges
|ERIC ED374479: Communication Faculty Recruitment 1993-1998: A Survey of Staffing Needs. - ERIC|
A comprehensive survey analyzed future recruiting in the communications disciplines, including trends in enrollments, faculty retirements, the production of doctorates, and a content analysis of academic position advertisements. A questionnaire was developed to investigate staffing trends in communication studies for the years 1993-1998 and mailed to 312 administrators of institutions offering course or degrees in communication...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; College Faculty; College Students; Departments; Educational Trends; Faculty Recruitment; Higher Education; Mass Media; National Surveys; Occupational Surveys; Personnel Needs; Questionnaires; Speech Communication
|ERIC ED361028: Administrator/Non-Teaching Professionals Survey, 1990-1991. Faculty/Staff Research Project. - ERIC|
A survey was conducted within the North Carolina Community College System to assess the occurrence of multiple roles among administrative and professional non-teaching staff due to budget constraints; measure the effects of performing these multiple roles; determine the extent and types of difficulties that the state's community colleges are experiencing in hiring and retaining qualified faculty, staff, and administrators; and provide data to support planning...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Administrator Attitudes; Administrator Role; Community Colleges; Employer Attitudes; Occupational Surveys; Personnel Needs; Personnel Selection; School Personnel; Staff Development; State Surveys; Two Year Colleges
|ERIC ED377864: Job Opportunities for Special Librarians: A Content Analysis of Job Advertisements Appearing in the Special Libraries Association's Newsletter "SpeciaList" in 1992 and 1993. - ERIC|
This research aimed to determine the job qualifications and opportunities in the special library job market. The study utilized job advertisements appearing in the newsletter of the Special Libraries Association, "SpeciaList," in 1992 and 1993. Each advertisement was studied for: (1) type of library; (2) area of expertise; (3) job qualifications including an MLS, foreign language, years of experience, additional degrees, library skills, computer skills and database searching skills; (4) geograph...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Content Analysis; Degree Requirements; Employment Opportunities; Employment Qualifications; Employment Statistics; Experience; Labor Market; Librarians; Masters Degrees; Newsletters; Occupational Surveys; Salaries; Special Libraries
|ERIC ED378613: Visual Newsworkers' Attitudes toward Local Television News. - ERIC|
The voices of photographers and other visual-crafts workers rarely are heard in public discourse about local television news. All rank-and-file newsworkers potentially face reprisals resulting in shortened or blighted careers if they participate openly in assessing and criticizing the medium. A fresh examination of these newsworkers' views and morale is important because they have largely been neglected, but also for another reason: continuing economic pressures on broadcast outlets are affectin...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Attitude Measures; Editing; Media Research; News Media; News Reporting; Occupational Surveys; Photography; Photojournalism; Press Opinion; Skilled Occupations; Technical Occupations; Television
|ERIC ED375364: Professional Profiles: A Longitudinal Analysis of Three Traditional Female Professions. - ERIC|
This study is part of an ongoing research project examining women in Sweden who work in traditional female professions. The project aims to investigate women's life patterns in a longitudinal perspective--targeting individuals born in 1948 and covering the years 1961 to 1981/82--with focus on their background, education and work experiences. Researchers concentrated on three professional groups: lower primary teachers, nurses, and secretaries...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Employed Women; Females; Foreign Countries; Labor Market; Longitudinal Studies; Nurses; Occupational Surveys; Outcomes of Education; Professional Occupations; Professional Personnel; Secretaries; Service Occupations; Sex Role; Teachers
|ERIC ED375919: WNCC Placement and Follow-Up Report, Academic Year 1991-1992. - ERIC|
In October 1992, Western Nebraska Community College (WNCC) surveyed all 173 students who had graduated between June 1991 and July 1992 to determine their current educational and employment status and their perceptions of WNCC. Completed surveys were received from 130 graduates, for a response rate of 75%. Study findings included the following: (1) 55% were employed, 33% were continuing their education, 8% were attending school and working, and 2% were seeking employment; (2) 69% believed they ha...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Community Colleges; Education Work Relationship; Graduate Surveys; Occupational Surveys; Outcomes of Education; Participant Satisfaction; Two Year Colleges; Vocational Followup; Wages
|ERIC ED362360: The Occupational Mobility of Current and Former Farm Workers: A Comparative Analysis in Two California Labor Markets. California Agricultural Studies, 91-3. - ERIC|
This report examines the occupational mobility of agricultural workers in two California labor markets and the effects of the Immigration Reform and Control Act and individual, job, and labor-market characteristics on such mobility. Interviews were conducted among a randomly selected sample of 162 households, which included 401 workers in southern California and 156 workers in Watsonville (northern California)...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Agricultural Laborers; Demography; Educational Attainment; Farm Labor; Immigrants; Labor Market; Mexican Americans; Mexicans; Migrant Workers; Occupational Information; Occupational Mobility; Occupational Surveys; Undocumented Immigrants
|ERIC ED361140: Findings from the National Agricultural Workers Survey (NAWS) 1990. A Demographic and Employment Profile of Perishable Crop Farm Workers. Research Report No. 1. - ERIC|
This report provides information on the characteristics and work patterns of United States agricultural workers performing seasonal agricultural services (SAS) during fiscal year 1990. SAS crops include the majority of nursery products, cash grains, field crops, and all fruits and vegetables. More than 2,000 personal interviews with SAS workers were conducted by the National Agricultural Workers Survey (NASW)...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Agricultural Laborers; Agricultural Trends; Demography; Educational Attainment; Elementary Secondary Education; Employment Patterns; Farm Occupations; Illiteracy; Immigrants; Labor Force; Language Proficiency; Migrant Workers; Occupational Surveys; Seasonal Employment
|ERIC ED361806: Constructivists' Use of Mentoring for Success in Broadcast Academe. - ERIC|
A study considered women in broadcast communications academe who achieve their own purposes to have one of two epistemological perspectives: constructivist or proceduralist (non-constructivist). Women in broadcast academe were surveyed (N=428) and interviewed in depth (N=14) to measure epistemological perspectives and mentoring experiences. The women studied, most of whom were mentored, believe they can succeed in academe on their own terms, according to their dreams and self images...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Broadcast Journalism; College Faculty; Constructivism (Learning); Females; Higher Education; Mass Media; Mentors; National Surveys; Occupational Surveys; Professional Recognition; Self Efficacy
|ERIC ED364931: A Comparative Study of Job Burnout in Army Public Affairs Commissioned Officers and Department of the Army Civilians. - ERIC|
A study examined whether commissioned public affairs officers show more instances of job burnout than Department of the Army civilians serving in the Army public affairs positions. Surveys were sent to all public affairs officers working in offices in the continental United States. Of the 399 survey packets mailed to the 56 public affairs offices, 215 valid surveys from the target population of 332 were completed, for a return rate of 65%...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Armed Forces; Burnout; Communication Research; Comparative Analysis; Job Satisfaction; Military Personnel; Military Training; National Surveys; Occupational Surveys; Organizational Climate; Public Relations
|ERIC ED364893: Terms and Conditions of Employment in the California State University. - ERIC|
In the California State University system, some very unexpected hiring practices and faculty decisions have become clear through close scrutiny. For example, the numbers of English courses sections being taught by part-time non-tenure-track faculty has grown significantly over the past several years. Almost half of all English teachers are part-time instructors. At California State, contract protection has been extremely important to the faculty...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; College Faculty; Employee Responsibility; Employer Employee Relationship; Employment Practices; Higher Education; Occupational Surveys; Part Time Faculty; Personnel Policy; Teacher Employment; Writing Teachers
|ERIC ED387104: Computers across the Curriculum: Teaching a Computer Literacy Course for Multi-Disciplinary Use in a Network Environment--Content and Pedagogy. - ERIC|
Kent State University (Ohio) Regional Campuses have conducted surveys of their applied business associate degree graduates in office management, accounting, business management, and their employers. Responses indicated the need for computer literacy appropriate to the employment situation. In addition, instructors of traditional liberal arts subjects are requiring students to access and use computerized databases...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Accounting; Associate Degrees; Business Administration; Computer Literacy; Computer Uses in Education; Curriculum Development; Graduate Surveys; Instructional Development; Interdisciplinary Approach; Introductory Courses; Needs Assessment; Occupational Surveys; Office Management; Two Year Colleges
|ERIC ED387884: Public School Teacher Cost Differences across the United States. Analysis/Methodology Report. - ERIC|
This document presents findings of a study that used a hedonic wage model to develop a national, geographical teacher cost index (TCI). The research sought to extend the analysis of teacher compensation to include not only variables that reflect the geographic cost-of-living, but also the amenities of the labor markets in which the public school districts are located. "Hedonic" considerations are those factors that attract workers to an area...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensation (Remuneration); Costs; Elementary Secondary Education; Employment Statistics; Labor Market; Models; National Surveys; Occupational Surveys; Public School Teachers; Public Schools; Rural Urban Differences; Salary Wage Differentials; School Districts; Socioeconomic Status; Tables (Data); Teacher Characteristics; Teacher Employment; Teacher Salaries
|ERIC ED371816: Florida Employer Opinion Survey. Annual Report, June 1993. - ERIC|
Each year the Florida Education and Training Placement Information Program (FETPIP) conducts surveys to determine the opinions of employers about the preparation of graduates of vocational programs. The 1993 survey focused on eight school district and community college occupational training areas (i.e., automotive technology, gasoline engine mechanics, machining, business administration and management, patient care assistant, paramedics, medical assisting, and medical laboratory technology) and ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Basic Skills; Community Colleges; Employer Attitudes; Higher Education; Job Skills; Job Training; Occupational Surveys; Outcomes of Education; Questionnaires; Secondary Education; State Surveys; Two Year Colleges; Vocational Education; Vocational Followup
|ERIC ED371814: Florida Employer Opinion Survey. Annual Report, August 1991. - ERIC|
The third in a series of annual employer opinion reports from the Florida Education and Training Placement Information Program (FETPIP), this 1991 report summarizes the results of three surveys of Florida employers known to have hired former vocational education program participants. One survey solicited employers' general opinions about vocational program completers, while the other surveys focused on employers of radiologic technology program graduates and accounting, clerk typist, and data en...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Basic Skills; Community Colleges; Employer Attitudes; Job Skills; Job Training; Occupational Surveys; Outcomes of Education; Questionnaires; Secondary Education; State Surveys; Two Year Colleges; Vocational Education; Vocational Followup
|ERIC ED371800: Occupational Needs Assessment Survey. - ERIC|
To gather data on the future educational needs for successful employment in Seminole County, Florida, a cooperative study was conducted by Seminole Community College and the Seminole County Public Schools. A sample was developed of 450 employers selected by types of businesses employing technology education graduates in Seminole, Orange, and Volusia counties. A list of questions for future telephone interviews were mailed to the chief executive officers of 285 firms, with interviews conducted wi...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Community Colleges; Community Surveys; Education Work Relationship; Employer Attitudes; Employment Opportunities; Job Skills; Labor Needs; Minimum Competencies; Needs Assessment; Occupational Surveys; Professional Training; Questionnaires; Retraining; Two Year Colleges; Vocational Education
|ERIC ED371666: Initial Employment Report: 1992 Physics Degree Recipients. AIP Report. - ERIC|
Results of the 1991-92 annual survey for 1991-92 on initial employment rates for recipients of doctoral, masters, and bachelors degrees in physics and astronomy are reported. Overall, responses indicated that the job market for recent physics degree recipients remains tight. Other findings include the following: (1) among new bachelors degree recipients, the numbers of those seeking jobs continues to decline while the numbers of those going on for graduate study is increasing; (2) those seeking ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Bachelors Degrees; Doctoral Degrees; Employment; Employment Level; Employment Opportunities; Employment Patterns; Employment Statistics; Foreign Students; Graduate Study; Graduate Surveys; Higher Education; Labor Market; Masters Degrees; Occupational Surveys; Physics
|ERIC ED374318: Employment Opportunities in Agribusiness. A Report. - ERIC|
This report, which was written during a project to develop a better understanding of which occupations may relate to agribusiness and to identify employment opportunities in agribusiness, is designed to assist state occupational information coordinating committees and state employment security agencies in developing special reports/lists of agribusiness occupations for use by agricultural education programs...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Agribusiness; Agricultural Education; Agricultural Occupations; Agricultural Skills; Annotated Bibliographies; Career Education; Competence; Demand Occupations; Education Work Relationship; Employment Opportunities; Employment Statistics; Guidelines; Information Sources; National Surveys; Occupational Surveys; Public Agencies; Research Methodology; Resource Materials
|ERIC ED379243: Dancemakers. - ERIC|
A study of the general working conditions, financial status, performance opportunities, funding, and work practices of choreographers in New York City, Chicago (Illinois), San Francisco (California), and Washington, D.C. was conducted in order to develop benchmark statistics. These statistics focus on the national choreographer population and document the difficulties under which these artists work...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Academic Achievement; Dance; Dance Education; Education Work Relationship; Employment Statistics; Financial Problems; Financial Support; Higher Education; Income; Occupational Surveys; Salaries; Sex Differences; Theater Arts; Urban Areas; Work Environment
|ERIC ED364302: Needs Assessment Studies of Certified Nurse Assistants and Administrators. Volume XXII, No. 7. - ERIC|
As part of an educational needs assessment, a survey was conducted by William Rainey Harper College (WRHC) in Palatine, Illinois, of Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) and of administrators at institutions known to employ CNA's. Survey instruments were mailed to two groups. The first group, 153 administrators at institutions employing CNA's, were sent both a Form A survey, to be completed by administrators, educators, and supervisors, as well as a Form B survey to be distributed to CNA's (Sample...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome; Community Colleges; Comparative Analysis; Computer Literacy; Educational Needs; Employer Attitudes; Job Performance; Job Satisfaction; Job Skills; Needs Assessment; Nurses Aides; Occupational Surveys; Personnel Evaluation; Salaries; Self Evaluation (Individuals); Two Year Colleges
|ERIC ED365364: The Long Island City Training Study. - ERIC|
In an effort to promote economic development in the Long Island City (New York) area, a study was conducted of the training and human resource needs of local manufacturing firms and the demographic characteristics of the local labor force. Specifically, the study sought to examine company needs, highlight programs available to address those needs, and recommend appropriate future programming. Questionnaires requesting detailed information on training needs were sent to 723 manufacturing firms, b...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Community Characteristics; Community Colleges; Employer Attitudes; Employment Patterns; Industrial Training; Job Training; Labor Force Development; Labor Needs; Manufacturing Industry; Occupational Surveys; Off the Job Training; On the Job Training; Retraining; Two Year Colleges
|ERIC ED365327: Reinvesting in the Information Job Family: Context, Changes, New Jobs, and Models for Evaluation and Compensation. CAUSE Professional Paper Series, #11. - ERIC|
In spite of growing uses of information technologies, institutional policies for job classification and compensation in the information fields appear not to be keeping pace with changes in actual job content. The job streams that have been in existence for decades have not been adjusted to take into account the significant alterations occurring at working levels on campuses. Drawing on a study conducted from 1990 to 1992, this paper provides some empirical evidence that points toward the need to...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Academic Libraries; Colleges; Computer Centers; Computer Uses in Education; Employment Patterns; Futures (of Society); Higher Education; Information Scientists; Information Technology; Job Analysis; Job Skills; Library Services; Models; Occupational Surveys; Technological Advancement; Trend Analysis; Values
|ERIC ED362362: California Nursery Workers and the Nursery Industry. California Agricultural Studies, 92-3. - ERIC|
This report examines conditions in the California nursery industry and develops a comprehensive baseline of labor force requirements and practices. A telephone survey was conducted with 167 randomly selected nurseries in a 10-county area. Additionally, 455 workers and 85 employers participated in on-site interviews. Workers were classified as foreman or crew leader, technical worker, and field or shipping worker...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Agricultural Laborers; Demography; Education Work Relationship; Educational Attainment; Elementary Secondary Education; Employment Practices; Farm Labor; Job Skills; Labor Force; Mexican Americans; Nurseries (Horticulture); Nursery Workers (Horticulture); Occupational Surveys; Questionnaires